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The Nike Air Jordan IX “Cool Grey” Is Dropping In Time For Christmas

Submitted by on September 24, 2012 – 10:41 amOne Comment

The Nike Air Jordan IX is about to make a major comeback. After watching other Jordans like the Nike Air Jordan III and the Nike Air Jordan XI make waves in recent years, it appears that the Jordan IX is ready for the spotlight. So, Nike is apparently gearing up to release a number of different Jordan IX colorways over the course of the next six months or so.

First up is the Nike Air Jordan IX “Cool Grey” sneaker, which is easily one of our favorite Jordan IXs. It features a tonal grey upper, some cool grey patent leather, an all-white midsole, the number “23″ stitched on the heel of the sneaker, and “JORDAN” written across the tongue. There’s not a whole lot to say about these. They look pretty much as clean and sharp as they did the first time that Nike released them. And, we’re definitely glad that these are the first ones that Nike will be rolling out again. If nothing else, the colorway makes them a must-have in our book.

Sneakerheads can expect for the Jordan IX “Cool Grey” to hit stores sometime in December, just in time for the Christmas season. They’ll retail for $160 and will be available in limited quantities. And, if you’re not into this color for whatever reason, stay tuned because there are going to be other Jordan IX colorways available sometime in the near future. Do you see yourself spending all of your Christmas cash on a pair of these—or would you rather buy one of the other Jordan retros that will be releasing before the end of the year?

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